Scrabble launched a new game called scrabble trickster and to promote it they came up with this nifty Twitter campaign.
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Being human isn’t enough to fill in an internet security captcha. You know, the random letters and numbers you have to fill in to verify if you are a real person online. Or at least that is what the organisers of the Gulf Scrabble Championship claim
They have rolled out free wifi hotspots in places where you can’t get any connection in Paris. To access the “Play Scrabble Wi-fi” network you had to prove your spelling skills, using letters to create a word, just like in the iconic game. The score from
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